ams Sensors Germany GmbH is developing and manufacturing complete microelectronic circuits, electronic modules, sensors and sensing devices for its national and global customers.
JENCOLOR is the brand of ams Sensors Germany GmbH photonic sensors. JENCOLOR products are measuring and controlling light or light colors in areas in which human eyes cannot perceive with enough accuracy. ams Sensors Germany GmbH with JENCOLOR sensors are also partners for spectral analysis issues.
Carl Zeiss Spectroscopy GmbH is a leading provider of gratings, spectrometers and spectrometer solutions for industrial and non-industrial applications.
AMA Verband für Sensorik und Messtechnik e.V. links about 480 members from research, development, production, and distribution with the representatives of the various user industries. AMA represents the interests of these members in the economic and political environment. Thus, the AMA provides science and industry with a competent network and a broad platform for developing innovative joint solutions.
Thuringian Cluster Management advises stakeholders from business and science and promotes its technology competence. In 2012, the Free State was established with the Thuringian Cluster Management as an instrument for the expansion and establishment of clusters in Thuringia. In the course of the implementation of the Thuringian innovation strategy, the regional government has set up the RIS3 office to coordinate the implementation process with the Thuringian Cluster Management.
Technologie- und Innovationspark Jena GmbH with currently 55 start-up companies supports founders of new businesses and young entrepreneurs. It offers a dynamic surrounding and outstanding basic conditions in the starting and stabilization phase of technology oriented companies. The aim is to implement business ideas from the early research through the pilot product development right up to the product launch.
Jena is the town of Carl Zeiss, Ernst Abbe and Otto Schott, a modern industrial center of scientific instrumentation with the Friedrich-Schiller-University, the Ernst-Abbe-University, the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering, the Leibniz Institute for Photonic Technologies, the home of the ZEISS Planetarium, Optical Museum and the leading factories CARL ZEISS and JENOPTIK.